White House Senior Advisor Stephen Miller -vs- U.S. State Run Media Wolf Blitzer…

White House senior policy adviser Stephen Miller appears on U.S. state run television for a policy and current event debate with propagandist Wolf Blitzer.

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You might think I’m joking by calling CNN State Run Television; however I am not.

CTH has tracked the connective tissue between CNN, the State Department and the U.S. intelligence apparatus for years: 2012  [Amber Lyon Here]  – 2015 [Jason Rezaian Here]  – 2015 [Bill Weir Here] – 2017 [CNNi Here]  – 2018 [CNN Townhall Here]

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248 Responses to White House Senior Advisor Stephen Miller -vs- U.S. State Run Media Wolf Blitzer…

  1. Reality says:

    Hmmm….PDJT’s men have to learn to TELL propagandist interviewers to let them finish, cutting Miller off is a tactic to blunt his message.” Please let me finish speaking then you can have a go”
    should be standard response to the Statist media.

    Liked by 17 people

    • Amy2 says:

      Yes, when they get an answer they don’t want, they always say, “I wanna move on..” Please do.

      Liked by 11 people

      • Marc says:

        That’s a Chrissy Wallace specialty.

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      • paulraven1 says:

        Don’t let them move on. Why do we always cede the terms of the interview? Take control of the interview. Turn the tables. Question their premises. Interrogate them. They’re not journalists, stop treating them like journalists. Treat them like the activists and propagandists that they are.

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        • If Then says:

          Paulraven1 – 10 million likes!
          It has always baffled (& annoyed) me why they don’t take charge of the interviews in the ways you suggest.

          Liked by 4 people

        • Will Hunt says:

          PR1.. agree. Do not let the MSM interrogator frame the argument/discussion. Make YOUR points and be combative and adversarial. You’re not having a friendly exchange or conservation.

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        • covfefe999 says:

          Totally agree, paulraven! One of the best things about this interview is that Stephen Miller has really done a great job of continuing to relay HIS message without allowing Blitzer to “move on”. Miller used to be more polite and when the propaganda media twits interrupted him he would stop talking, but now he’s finishing his thoughts. He’s like Kellyanne Conway, Miller can put out so much valuable factual info in a very short period of time. I want to see more of Miller in the media.

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        • Crewdog 52. says:

          Newt Gingrich was the absolute master at taking control of the interview and putting the media on the defensive. The 2012 South Carolina primary was the classic example as Newt delivered one knockout blow after another to the media swine en route to victory in the Palmetto State.

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    • georgeMH says:

      Blitzer just had him on to have someone to talk AT.

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    • G. Alistar says:

      Yep! By the way the words used in Mattis’ letter were, “step down”. Of course Mad Dog will retire and with military retirement benefits. When one “resigns” does it imply they get no benefits? This word (Resigns) was the Word that Wolf and those in the media used many times.

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    • mugzey302 says:

      Don’t waste civility and manners on rude jackasses that have none for you. Instead of suits, they should be wearing WWF spandex! (Not a pretty mental image for some of them, I know.) Frankly, RT news is better viewing than CNN or MSNBC.

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  2. “I don’t accept your false premise…” followed by the correct and elucidative answer, should be the standard response to EVERY loaded, biased question posed by the State Media. A ‘Nationalist’ response should NEVER begin an answer that implicitly accepts their inevitably biased and distorted framing of the issue.

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  3. kathyca says:

    the great thing about Blitzer is that he’s old school enough to not be able to go full retard on Miller.

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  4. Jan says:

    I love Stephen Miller almost as much as I love the President. What a class act he is. I so enjoy him taking on the media.

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  5. Joemama says:

    It is sad. Wolf Blitzer as a kid out of college was a good journalist with spunk. He did not capitalize on his potential.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Joemama says:

      But maybe the money was more important to him.

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      • Deb says:

        Remember him being caught on camera partying at the DNC convention? These people are ideologues, they really believe that they are on the right side and it’s their job to help the Dems win. That is what more important to them than “journalism” or “ethics.”

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    • sat0422 says:

      Joemama, I will add that perhaps he has reached his potential except that the “took the bribes” and has made himself into an arse. Two sides on every coin…too bad he chose the side that was not heads….

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    • covfefe999 says:

      The fact that he was a good journalist is probably why he didn’t handle Miller in the same way as the other propaganda media twits would, related to kathyca’s comment above.

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  6. olderwiser21 says:

    Oh, Wolfie baby – you are no match for Mr. Miller. You spout emotional propaganda as opposed to Miller’s fact based arguments. You couldn’t be more transparent in your efforts if you tried. Sad.

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    • Glen2 says:

      That was really obvious throughout the interview but did you notice at the end when discussing the possible government shut down, Wolf’s response was that the republicans should work with the Democrats to avoid it (already spinning the narrative) rather than holding the Dems to account for their obstructionism.

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      • Grassleysgirl/Breitbartista says:

        Wolfie was desperately attempting to toss the grenade to Steven before it blew.
        Sorry Wolfie you ended up with your hair on fire.
        Miller was masterful,while displaying class and gracefully handing Wolf his hiney.

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      • olderwiser21 says:

        Yes, I DID notice that. That is their mantra – it never changes – it is the R’s responsibility to step forward and take it on the chin to make the D’s happy. I don’t get it….

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    • Dee Paul Deje says:

      And all the while he looked like he had a lump of excrement under his nose as he was reminded of all the winning under PDJT.

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  7. paper doll says:

    One of the interesting things about PT’s withdrawal from Syria and plans to draw down in Afghanistan is this appeals to the rank and file soldiers, the 5 tour guys and gals …The generals and the lobbyists may not be happy, but I think the rank and file would be

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  8. dawndoe says:

    Isn’t it rich that Dems are suddenly acknowledging Christmas and worried that govt workers will be sad and have no paycheck for Christmas?

    Liked by 17 people

    • olderwiser21 says:

      Dawn – SO RICH. Great observation!

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    • Newton Love says:

      I’ve worked as a government contractor for over 30 years. That means that I work for a private company that has contracts with the US Government to provide skilled laborers to various gov sites.

      There are things about this that most people, especially Sean Hannity, don’t know.

      On the “govvie” side, an actual Federal Employee is not paid during a shut down, but as soon as they return to work, they are given a special “shut down charge number” that they use for every workday during the shut down, and then they get full pay retroactively. In effect, they got paid to stay at home.

      Not for us Contractors. We are not permitted to bill hours during a shut down, so no pay. After the shut down ends, we go back to work, and are allowed to bill hours. We get no retroactive pay.

      Now the other, unknown to most, fact: in every gov site I’ve worked for the last 30 years, the number of govvies is less than 10% of the people in the building. 90% or more are contractors.

      I’ve missed a lot of paychecks in the last several shutdowns. It hurts! But I have lots of clearances, and if I leave the DoD and IC world, I lose them, and won’t be able to earn as much.

      It used to be that Contractors made more money than the govvies, to compensate us for the risk of no pay. Obama changed all of that, and the gov forced lower pay costs as the prime element to win contracts. So now, almost all govvies earn more than Contractors. In the last 3 years, my income has been cut by 28%.

      So, don’t be misled when loud mouths like Sean Hannity say that “government workers will get back pay.” That is factual, but does not describe who actually does the work for the various agencies, and who doesn’t get paid.

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      • zorrorides says:

        N L, thanks. Are you OK with the guvvies NOT being paid when they are not at work?

        Most of them have a big backlog of annual leave that they can use for pay. (Instead of a retirement scam)

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        • Newton Love says:

          I resent the retroactive pay that govvies get. A shutdown is a shutdown. But they gov makes the rules for their elite selves. There are only benefits for them.

          For example, they have a fund for “team building” for gov employees only (no Contractors). One I remember was when govvies got a charge number to bill a half a day to, and the gov lead bought movie tickets to the matinee premier of the latest Star Trek film, and then a happy hour afterward. Alcohol was not included, but the govvies were able to buy them on their own. Each gov group has a “team building” day each quarter.

          If there is a gym at the site, govvies get a 1 hour per day workout charge number, but no Contractors allowed.

          It goes on and on . . .

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          • Grassleysgirl/Breitbartista says:

            Thank you Newton for that very informative explanation.
            It shines a light on the chronic problem with govvies and their sense of entitlement.
            Govvies unions ,college tenure are 2 examples of entrenched abuse of the taxpayer.

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          • Shadrach says:

            Maybe you should resent your employer and Obama rather than resenting the govvies. There’s no reason for you not to get “team building” also, or training, or a gym….from your employer. If you would prefer to be a Fed, then become a Fed.

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            • zorrorides says:

              Even though the govvies prosper by unrighteous ways and are unfair to us in their charge, I do not wish to join them in the undeserved rewards of their wicked ways.

              Some of them are intelligent and able to the jobs assigned, but their works do not produce prosperity nor true wealth.

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          • RobInPA says:

            Outrageously offensive, is that certain Federal / Elected employees, can vote themselves raises!

            Nice work if you can get it!!

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      • thegoosefish says:

        Good point, Newt. Loss of pay for you, a vacation for federal workers. I think in the future, something that would put these parties in a position to resolve this quicker would be an Executive Order that states that in a shutdown, NOBODY gets retroactive pay. A very ballsy move, but I think millions of government workers would immediately put extreme heat on their congressperson to get IT OVER WITH.

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      • Lulu says:

        It depends on the agency. There are many useless agencies that are made up of mostly federal employees.

        The last 15 years federal pay has skyrocketed. The government employees work far fewer hours and days than the contractors, they have way better benefits, large pensions, retire in their 50s, and have total job security.

        I’ve said for years if the people in flyover country knew how much they were paying useless bureaucrats and how they lived we’d have a war.

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  9. Tiffthis says:

    Mr Miller is the GOAT 🐐

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  10. fakenoozisforfools says:

    Wolf Blitzer — over 4000 NEGATIVE on Celebrity Jeopardy (where the questions are easier than usual). If the guy looks like an idiot, it is because he is.

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  11. waltherppk says:

    CNN is the Cultural Marxist parallel Ministry of Propaganda and comrade agency of TASS ….
    the old Soviet and still today the major “official” Russian news agency

    Liked by 3 people

    • sat0422 says:

      The same CNN that is broadcast 24 hours to anyone who finds themself in an airport while traveling. It is disgusting! I have complained in Memphis but that’s like pouring water into the ocean.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Will Hunt says:

        s422… I’ve moved my seat in the gate area many, many times to avoid being subjected to the Communist News Network. I rarely see anyone listening/watching the BS broadcast but of course most are working, business travelers during the week so…

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  12. I’m tired of the “absent” filibuster.
    If Democrats move to filibuster the bill, force them to do it, in person, at a podium, and classify bathroom breaks as yielding the floor.

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  13. signreader says:

    Didn’t see much of Stephen since the campaign, his warming of the crowds before Donald the man used take mike. I see he has gotten to a point he can blitz Blitzer! Was fun watching him doing that, Did you guys miss his smirk? young conservative jew can beat the old lefty jew in his game. Loved it!
    Attaboy Stephen Miller

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  14. Troublemaker10 says:

    Bam!

    Stephen Miller is awesome!

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  15. Wow. Mr Miller literally chewed and spit Mr. Blitzer out.

    In BREAKING news tomorrow on CNN will be CPL (Michael Avenatti) getting concerned with Mr. Miller’s back-to-original-hairstyle. I think CPL sees Mr. Miller as a threat for his 2024 or later Presidential run.

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  16. oldschool64 says:

    Wowsers! It was just like watching someone with low intelligence and severe dementia debating a highly intelligent person in command of the facts!

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  17. teaforall says:

    MILLER TIME
    Steve is a Rock Star

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  18. Palmettoman says:

    Who exactly are “law enforcement types”? What does that even mean??? I betcha we’ll hear that quite a bit if shut-down happens…it was in the DNC talking-points memo.LOL

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    • Grassleysgirl/Breitbartista says:

      Enforcement of the border to the Washington monument ,the Vietnam memorial and Lincoln Memorial. ..with sawhorses.
      Extremely important “law enforcement ” spec ops?

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  19. Genie says:

    7:35 Blitzer brings up the Dem’s “Dreamers” misfire from 7 months ago and then immediately realizes his mistake and says “Let’s not go through that.” Boy, that Blitzer is quick on his feet! /s

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  20. dogsrule says:

    State run media indeed! I love the little banners that pop up ; “Sharpton destroys Trump supporter”, “Rudy Giuliani nuts”. And then at the end when Wolfe says it would be nice if the administration worked with the dems and compromised, which means the administration should cave to what the dems want. Schumer told President Trump that “elections have consequences, Mr. President” at his meeting in the oval with Pelosi. Why yes, yes they do. President Trump won and it’s high time his agenda was put in place. Miller should be on TV every day.

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  21. Pyrthroes says:

    Big Talk is noisome Rats’ perverse attitudinal vs. objective, rational stock-in-trade. But however squirting ink obscures their lashing tentacles, Blitzer et al. face 2016’s 63-million heartland vote majority, swamping MzBill’s electoral total 304 to 227 plus her legitimate 57% popular vote (vs. Rat machines’ 8 – 12% ballot-stuffing fraud).

    As Sundance emphasizes, Trump’s insightful geopolitical policies leverage Main Street’s “real” American economy, distinct from Wall Street’s decades-long Central Banking, dirigiste-derivative manipulations, globalists’ despotic “One World” road-to-hell enriching Deep State partisan-political players at the expense of worldwide productive sectors.

    As time goes on, this Administration’s manifestly super-positive, mutual benefit, peace-and-prosperity will translate to definitive refutation of globalist kleptarchs’ central-planning Police State apparats, which from 1848 – 1917 have been Enarque nomenklaturas’ repressive instrument-of-choice. Though return to rudimentary “common sense” (Locke, Adam Smith, J.S. Mill et al.) may seem unrealistic, as info-tech transforms society even deadhead Millennial and Gen Y academic-partisans will perforce note that hot air rises, water flows downhill.

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  22. sat0422 says:

    Joemama, I will add that perhaps he has reached his potential except that th “took the bribes” and has made himself into an arse. Two sides on every coin…too bad he chose the side that was not heads….

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  23. Rynn69 says:

    “BORDER SECURITY” IS NOT “BORDER WALL”! Can anyone clarify if it specifies the money is to be for a border wall – not “border security” as tweeted out by Steve Scalise?

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  24. JAS says:

    Excellent point by Miller re: Mexico paying for the wall. “No matter how they pay for it (USMCA), (Wolf, you ignoramus), Congress still has to allocate the money for the wall. That means you Schmuck and Pelota”. Miller just took Wolf to school in front of all his viewers 🙂

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  25. Calling it “State run news” is the best idea this year. Of course, for those in the know, “Deep State Run News” also applies.

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  26. I didn’t vote for Gen. Mattis. I voted for D. J. Trump and President Trump hasn’t flipped on any of his campaign messages. In fact, he is keeping promises made. No further discussion is needed.

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  27. mdt123 says:

    Me thinks Miller is the ghost writer of most of PDJT early morning tweets.

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  28. TigerBear says:

    That was a tough interview to watch. As I watched this video the ole BP was rising as Wolfe wouldn’t shut up and I am biased against him bigly! Truth be told…I despise the bass turd. (Yes, I mean fish crap)

    Stephen is impressively intelligent and held his own quite well. I am feeling VERY optimistic and see some serious light coming down the tunnel👍🏽👍🏽

    Gos Bless America, our President and his family. May He keep them, guide them and prove them!! 🇺🇸🙂

    MERRY CHRISTMAS 🎁🎄 TREEPERS!

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  29. Trump's Hammer says:

    There’s a mere handful of human national treasures that we have. Stephen Miller is one of them.

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  30. MR52 says:

    Well Wolf has studied those talking points well. It was interesting some of the suggested pop up at the end of the video and I notice they were all Act Now 2017 videos. Act Now 2017 – Left-Leaning Political discussions regarding the state of our nation. So when you watched this, they think it is a win for them. IMO, Miller drop the bomb on his target with a direct hit.

    This is going to be interesting if Trump can trigger the Congressional Budget act. He pull a fast one on them like they did with Obamacare. He might be playing their game better then they are.

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  31. Right to reply says:

    Love Miller!

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  32. TwoLaine says:

    Close your eyes and he sounds just like Li’l Chrissy Wallace. Full of interruptions and But, But, But’s… Snivelly Weasel.

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  33. Josey Wales says:

    Agree, Stephen Miller and President Trump should put the hook in and not let up. Miller ‘ Ok, Wolf since you are the Democratic National Media , tell us exactly how you would secure the border ? ” – Don’t let up and make him squirm. Chuckie Schumer told the President that ‘ experts’ agree that the wall is a waste of money. Trump ‘ Which experts are you citing Chuckie ? Tell us who exactly !! and don’t let up. The real ‘experts’ – the Border Patrol want the Wall !! Too many times these snakes slither off the hook.

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  34. Lactantius says:

    I appreciate the way Newt Gingrich does a frontal attack on a programmed inquisitor. Newt tersely restates the “question” and spits it right back at the interviewer. “You are trying to pin this entirely on the President. The DemonizingRats brought this on and yet YOU place the full blame on the Republicans. What’s up with that? Is that your version of fair and balanced? How about asking an “unloaded” question instead of choosing to throw a stink bomb?” – Translation: pin the interviewer with the same crap he is trying to pin on you.

    Reagan once responded to Carter in a debate: “There you go again.” It was a perfect rejoinder. Miller might have tried: “Please ask an honest question which is free from accusatory baggage.”

    People of Blitzer’s ilk are so accustomed to switching between soft ball for those they support and loading blame and contempt of those they oppose. If “turnabout” is fair play, we need much more “turnabout” on these MSM puppets and snippets.

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    • @ChicagoBri says:

      I forget the context, but I once posted somewhere that “There you go again” is a polite way of calling someone a liar, and is very west coast. President Trump is very brash, very New York City.

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  35. TwoLaine says:

    BTW, Who died and made him the SMILE Police?

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  36. jbrickley says:

    But… But… But… Loving Miller! He’s razor sharp and throws it back with great speed and confidence.

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  37. namberak says:

    CNN: the clown car that never empties.

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  38. Bill Hollinger says:

    Stephen Miller is really good at this kind of thing. And the photo of Blitzer is wonderful!

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  39. Stephen Paul says:

    I love that guy. Steven Miller has a hard time getting everything out smoothly sometimes because they cut him off so much. It’s very aggravating to see a nitwit like Woolf Blitzer. Woolf was good in the early 90’s when CNN was focused on real news that all americans were interested in ,like when they invaded Iraq the first time and they had live shots of the war being fought. Today he is just a nitwit talking head who parrots whatever talking points are created and disseminated as news. and if there isn’t any news they can inject those talking points into they create news get it out.

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    • sDee says:

      CNN was founded in the early 80’s by global propagandist Ted Turner, about the same time USA Today was formed by global propagandist Al Neuharth. Both were new media pioneers in in using color graphics, diversity, and soft, subtle layout formats as a more sophisticated propaganda.

      The exclusive in Iraq was granted to CNN as a State Media outlet.

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  40. Bonitabaycane says:

    IMO Stephen Miller is the most powerful, articulate, effective spokesperson for MAGA.

    He communicates MAGA clearly and destroys the mouthpieces on the Left every time he is interviewed.

    Kudos Stephen Miller!

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    • noswamp says:

      Stephen Miller is absolutely riveting. And we love how quick witted he is on the President’s behalf. I remember when they were trying to get rid of him. Now he is vested. I see him serving throughout the President’s 8 years in office.

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  41. SwampRatTerrier says:

    Comrade Rat…..er…..Wolf is one ugly Democrat.

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  42. NoFixedAddress says:

    I trust and pray that every American Soldier withdrawn from Syria, Afghanistan, Germany, wherever is placed across the Southern Border

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  43. Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

    Steven Miller is a Jedi Master…..

    “Wolf…..these aren’t the droids you’re looking for.
    Move along.”

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  44. DMWT says:

    I love and am in love with Stephen Miller. His genius is so sexy.

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